Tiny Creatures: The World of Microbes #(2021)
- Title: Tiny Creatures: The World of Microbes
- Author: Nicola Davies Emily Sutton
- ISBN: 9780763673154
- Page: 153
- Format: Hardcover
[PDF] Download ✓ Tiny Creatures: The World of Microbes : by Nicola Davies Emily Sutton - Tiny Creatures: The World of Microbes, Tiny Creatures The World of Microbes Find out how the smallest things on the planet do some of the biggest jobs in this intriguing introduction to the world of microbes All around the world in the sea in the soil in the air and in you
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Precioso libro para introducir a los ni os en el fascinante mundo de los microbios Y el final es ese tipo de finales joya que demuestran que los libros informativos tambi n pueden hacerse con amor.
Fascinating book about how the world is made up Would be particularly interesting to a child looking to figure out how things work.
What a treat Years ago children only learned about germs and there was no distinction between good and bad germs, size other than we can t see them, but they make you sick , or the vast universe of germs No, it was simply not a viable educational subject until somewhere along high school.In Tiny Creatures The World of Microbes the author and illustrator bring this vast universe of microbes germs to the young child even the non reader The book is suitable for non readers and on well into elementa [...]
LOVE THIS BOOK An accessible introduction to microbes for 1st through 3rd grade Definitely read aloud to students, pausing for space to oooo and aaah I d even be tempted to use it with older students as an introduction to complex texts on this topic Davies, the author, talks to you, the reader, in a conversation like tone, with clear descriptions and explanations and simple analogies The pace is gentle, providing the reader time to absorb the ideas in other words the text is not dense with a lo [...]
Twin Text You Are Not Small by Anna Kang 2014 In You Are Not Small, creatures of varying sizes argue about who is small and who is large More and creatures are added to the argument causing readers to evaluate what exactly small and large mean This would make for a great anticipatory text for the study of microbes In Tiny Creatures The World of Microbes, the first page acts as a great text transition with its opening reminding readers that they already know about big and small animals Both book [...]
Tiny Creatures The World of Microbes by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Emily Sutton Non fiction This author is ridiculously talented at making topics sound so fascinating and writing them in a way that begs to be read aloud Interesting to read about the little creatures that do some of the biggest things Interesting story to share with my students when we retaking about habitats, creatures, how things work
This nonfiction picture book is a terrific introduction to the world of microbiology The author looks at microbes using kid friendly, approachable language and beautiful illustrations to compare the size of these creatures to known objects in the world, discuss how they reproduce to grow their numbers very quickly, and some of the results of their activity This would be an awesome resource to have in my classroom library.
Really fascinating, and only a little bit icky The facts about microbes are presented both visually and textually in an age appropriate way, and the illustrations are attractive and lively A great here s why book for curious kids.
This is a beautiful book which celebrates the complexity of microbes and puts them into perspectives that young children can understand It will spark interest in something many kids haven t learned about beyond wash your hands so you don t spread germs I will be sharing it with everyone I can.
My last 2014 Winter Bookaday The illustrations are fantastic in this simple picture book about microbes and their role as the invisible transformers of our world the tiniest lives doing some of the biggest jobs
4.5 stars Extremely accessible information about an almost abstract topic, made even so by the illustrations High read aloud potential I foresee a companion lesson to an upcoming food chain lesson.
There aren t many children s books on this topic, so I was pleased to find this an excellent introduction to microbes, explained simply enough so that children can understand I learned a few things myself Highly recommended
Good information and well presented, but it felt a little to basic and repetitive, could have done with some depth.
Nicola Davies s book, beautifully illustrated by Emily Sutton introduces children to the fascinating world of microbes Having no doubt that the young readers already know a lot about big animals and tiny creatures, Nicola Davies complements their knowledge by inviting them to explore the world of micro organisms, ingeniously combining scientific facts with great narrative skills Do you know that there are creatures so tiny that millions could fit on this ant s antenna So tiny that we d have to m [...]
Summary This book is all about microbes They live all around the world, in the sea, in the soil, in the air, and in your body They are so tiny that millions could fit on an ant s antenna They re busy doing all sorts of things and this book explains how.EvaluationI really like this book because it makes the science of microbes so interesting It explains how microbes benefit and harm our environment in way that children can understand The illustrations are amazing and the book is scientifically ac [...]
Tiny Creatures introduces readers to the fascinating world of microbes invisible to the naked eye Exploring the variety of roles the microscopic organisms play within our lives, from making us sick to keeping our intestines healthy, and giving readers an idea of just how tiny microbes truly are through interesting comparisons, Nicola Davies crafted a wonderful piece of informative, yet entertaining nonfiction illustrations watercolor, by Emily SuttonI have never particularly enjoyed science, yet [...]
All around the world in the sea, in the soil, in the air, and in your body there are living things so tiny that millions could fit on an ant s antenna They re busy doing all sorts of things, from giving you a cold and making yogurt to eroding mountains and helping to make the air we breathe If you could see them with your eye, you d find that they all look different, and that they re really good at changing things into something else and at making many microbes like themselves From Nicola Davie [...]
The illustrations in this book really capture the scale of microbes and help to explain to children what they are, and how they work Throughout the book, microbes are compared to things that that children would be familiar with, such as ants, a teaspoon of soil etc a teaspoon of soil could even be shown to the children at the time of reading in order that they can really get a sense of the scale This book makes quite a complex subject accessible and engaging.
Tiny Creatures included one of my favorite aspects of a picture book illustrated end pages The simple illustrations of colored pencil and watercolor cover the book much like real microbes, but are created in a way that makes them seem less scary than they are often perceived This book is also very informative, aiming to educate children rather than scare them, and features cute full page illustrations.
MICROBES Very important, but teeny tiny and all around us In the earth, in the water, in your food, on your skin, in your body They re everywhere This well illustrated book takes something seemingly complex and provides a real engaging overview for young readers and inspires them to learn about these Tiny Creatures kidsbooksworthreading kidsbooks kidsbookstagram childrensliterature kidslit microbes microbiology stem science NicolaDavies emilysutton
This is an introduction to the world of the microscopic Not for preschoolers, but should be understandable by those just older than that.Good illustration of exponential growth Liked how it showed relative sizes.Nice focus on microbes that do things other than make you sick although there are a couple of pages on that, too.
A marvelous exploration of a science subject that s all around us but too small to see Pleasing illustrations and kid friendly examples offer a number of entry points for budding scientists to dig deeper.
This is a fun intro to microbes, and it seems accessible to young elementary kids It talks a bit about the microbes that make us sick, but it focuses on microbes being everywhere and many of them being helpful.There was a really nice spread on exponential growth.
The author, a trained zoologist, does a great job of presenting interesting and complex ideas in an easy to understand way My 3 and 11 year old both loved it and gathered different things from it Well done.
My science obsessed child enjoyed this intro to microbiology Plus, it s a good lesson in why you should wash your hands.
My 6 year old daughter and I have read multiple books by Nicola Davies They never disappoint Her books are full of fascinating information This book is a favorite in my house
Libro adatto a bimbi di 6 7 anni Descrive il mondo dei microbi in modo semplice, ironico e con dei bellissimi disegni.
They can look like spaceships, they can live in volcanos, and they are essential to life on earth Welcome to the incredible world of microbes This engaging and child friendly book effectively brings to life an abstract concept for young readers Written by zoologist Nicola Davies, the accessible text draws readers in by using amazing facts to introduce readers to the concept of microbes For example one drop of seawater contains twenty million microbes approximately the number of people in New Yor [...]
Microbes don t have eyes, heads, legs, branches, roots or leaves but they are living things that we cannot see There are many types and they come in a variety of shapes They do a very different things These microbes help the world in many ways They might cause you to get sick but they also help break down food into compost, transform milk into yogurt, rocks into soil, recycle dead plants and animals along with many other beneficial things This children s book goes on to describe how these microb [...]
There are tiny creatures all around us that do the most amazing things Microbes are too small to be seen by the human eye, but look through a microscope and you enter a world of them There are microbes like viruses that cause diseases or colds And there are others that are very good for our health and turn milk into yogurt and compost into dirt Microbes may be very small but their impact on our world and our lives is very big This book shows the huge impact they have and how much we need to appr [...]
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